Team-based multiplayer shooter, Overwatch, will finally arrive on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC on May 24th, 2016.
The developer of the much anticipated game, Blizzard Entertainment, has also announced a beta test period (3rd – 4th May) for those willing to pre-order the game as well as an open beta test (5th– 9th May) for the enthusiasts who want to download the beta game and test it.
Interested people who pre-order Overwatch for PCs and consoles will get a two day head start period – as from 3rd-4th May – in the open beta. In this offer, players will get the chance of playing all the 21 heroes and have a feel of the vibrant, tactical and intense world of Overwatch preceding its actual release. Beginning May 5th running until 9th, interested players everywhere will have the opportunity to experience the game free with friends in what Blizzard refers to as “all-access period”.
The storyline of Overwatch
Overwatch is a tactical, competitive and intense action game that requires antics to get the best out of the game. Gamers acquire titles of a celebrated force that comprises oddities, scientists, adventurers and soldiers and then engage in battles in “near-future earth” battlegrounds. As aforementioned, there exists a diverse set of 21 heroic characters. Each of the 21 characters has a unique assortment of weaponry as well as extraordinary abilities.
It is all about accomplishing objectives, switching heroes on the move as well as bringing their powers together to bring an effect to the game. Filled with intense action, Overwatch calls for progressive teamwork so as to have massive fun.
The game gets more interesting
Since BlizzCon 2015, Blizzard Entertainment has managed to soup up the game by introducing a number of features in the current closed beta test of Overwatch. For instance a new map type dubbed Control features a series of action and objective holding in places such as a Chinese metropolis, Nepal Mountains amongst other locations. As the gamer successfully progresses on, the new awarding system comprises Loot Boxes loaded with a collection of cosmetic stuff for personalization of the heroes.
With the newly introduced ‘Play vs. AI’ mode, players will also be able try out their grit against computer-controlled challengers. This adds to the existing ‘Quick Play’ mode where players are matched automatically with other online opponents and teammates having similar skills. These, among many others are all lined up in the much anticipated game.
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